Formational

The Misformation of Zoom

Reading guru Karen Swallow Prior (author of On Reading Well) interviews the ‘Neil Postman of our age’ Sven Birkerts (author of...

Creating as the Primary Verb in Education

We hear quite a bit about applying what we learn to make it relevant. However, such conversations are usually aimed at...

Lewis and Sayers on a Liberal Education

The co-directors of the Wade center at Wheaton, Crystal and David Downing, discuss the lifelong interest that C.S. Lewis and Dorothy...

Should Liberal Arts Education Teach Us How to Die?

Noah Toly hosts a discussion with Dr. Lydia Dugdale, author of The Lost Art of Dying, and Dr. Todd Billings, author...

Aren’t Liberal Arts Elitist?

Jessica Hooten Wilson asks her friend Zena Hitz, author of Lost in Thought, tough questions about the liberal arts and whether...

How Old Books Help Us Live in an Anxious Time

Our time is characterized by information overload, hot takes, and a preoccupation with the immediate. What’s more, there seems to be...

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